The Drama Project gives young people opportunities to develop meaningful connections and collaborate with real people and their unique and important stories. Since its beginnings in 2010 there have been several jaw dropping performances created that speak to the wider world about transplant issues, illness, life and death, loss and grief.


"It had gravity, reality, raw emotion and, reverence…  It asked: How do we live richly in the face of illness, grief and loss?  A big question. And a sense of danger in daring to ask it."